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HGTV Magazine

June 2019

HGTV Magazine is about real life at home. In every issue you'll find money-saving mini makeovers, simple ways to conquer clutter, smart DIY solutions, time-saving cleaning tricks, and so much more. Plus--see how the HGTV experts really live!

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lightCarson 13"-tall aluminum and powder-coated-steel sconce in cobalt blue, $219, rejuvenation.comhouse numbersMosaic 6" x 10" glass address plaque in shades of blue and white, $130, liveinmosaics.etsy.compillowThings Collectable Plus Green Batik 2 18" x 18" polyester outdoor pillow, $36, society6.comchairSafavieh Mopani acacia wood Adirondack chair in teal, $144.50, overstock.compaintBlue Jean by Benjamin Mooredoor4085 primed wood door, from $887, roguevalleydoor.com for stores; Baldwin Reading Single-Cylinder metal handleset in satin nickel finish, $316, build.complanterMaya 16 1/4"H x 18 1/2"-diameter ceramic planter in blue, $149, crateandbarrel.com. We filled ours with hydrangeas.doormatHello Ombré 18" x 30" coir doormat, $54, lncalligraphydesigns.etsy.comDOOR: ALISON GOOTEE/STUDIOD; PILLOW, DOORMAT: PHILIP FRIEDMAN/STUDIOD; HYDRANGEAS: GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO…

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EDITOR IN CHIEFSara PetersonCreative DirectorDeirdre KoribanickManaging Editor, Director of Partnership ContentMelissa Mariola WurmanEDITORIALEditor at Large Ellen SeidmanDeputy Editor Jaimie Dalessio ClaytonSenior Editor Megan BakerDeputy Managing Editor Sarah EsgroEditorial Assistant Kathleen KnowlesHOMEHome DirectorJami SupsicHome EditorLora Yoon HuhAssistant Home EditorNoelle ParedesLIFESTYLELifestyle DirectorJodi KahnAssociate Lifestyle EditorLaurel BenedumMARKETMarket DirectorKate DohertyMarket AssistantSamantha RobertsARTArt Director Ridge CarpenterDeputy Art Director Scott DvorinAssociate Art Director Cara RearickDigital Imaging Specialist Ruth VazquezPHOTOGRAPHYPhoto Director Stephanie KimDeputy Photo Director Rachel BarkerArt/Photo Assistant Lizzie SimonCOPY & RESEARCHCopy & Research ChiefAnne Jensen WaterhouseContributing ResearchersEmilia Benton, Telisha Bryan, Amanda Grooms, Carly Hutchinson, Michael Matassa, Lucy ProbertVICE PRESIDENT, PUBLISHER & CHIEF REVENUE OFFICERDaniel FuchsAssociate Publisher, Advertising Carrie CullenAssociate Publisher, Marketing Kate English MankoffGeneral Manager Salvatore Del GiudiceBusiness Manager Celeste ChunADVERTISINGNEW YORK OFFICE 212-649-2989Account Directors Kathleen Donohue, Mary Ellen Morelli, Kate Piasecki, Jackie SeligmanHearst Direct Media…

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paint your heart out!

Ever thought of painting your headboard a sky blue on steroids? I hadn’t, but after seeing one in this issue (page 27), I asked myself, Would I? Could I? Am I brave enough to venture that far out on the paint deck?Probably! It’s easier to try a daring color once someone else has gone for it. How about you—would you paint your dining room orange? Your cabinets black? A pillow any color at all? (Oh, yes, that actually happens on page 60!) Maybe you’ve lived with painted pieces all your life and they’re still inspiring you.Growing up, my sister Jennifer and I were obsessed with the candy-apple-red-lacquered nightstands that my grandpa built and painted for our shared bedroom. We kept our most prized possessions in the drawers, and we put…

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these people know paint!

drew scott & jonathan scottproperty brothers: forever homeWHAT’S AN IMPORTANT PAINT TIP PEOPLE TYPICALLY AREN’T AWARE OF?DREW SAYS: Flat paint is more forgiving. The glossier the finish, the more imperfections you’ll see after the job is done. So if you’re painting an old wall that has been patched or furniture that’s not in great shape, you’re better off going with a flat finish.THE EASIEST WAY TO CHOOSE A PAINT COLOR FOR A ROOM IS…JONATHAN SAYS: Find inspiration photos in magazines—like this one!—of what you want your room to look like. Take those images to the paint store and get chips that match; people at the store can recommend some. Always try more than one sample. I usually take home three.Property Brothers: Forever Home premieres May 29 at 9 p.m. ET.tarek…

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wow! what color is that?

toronto blueBY BENJAMIN MOORE“When you’re designing a beach house, you pull inspiration from the ocean. The vibrant blue on the bed frame in this guest room feels inviting, just like the water. The client was so into it that we picked a similar shade for the pendant lights and table in the kitchen.”—Ghislaine Viñas, designer, New York, NYnightspotBY C2 PAINT“Painting a runner on a staircase is a great way to add a splash of color, like in this coastal home. The blue is fun and sophisticated, but the best part is that sweeping sand off painted stairs is a lot easier than vacuuming carpeted ones.”—Jenny Keenan, Jenny Keenan Design, Charleston, SC(JOSH GIBSON; EMILY GILBERT)sparkling waterBY CLARK + KENSINGTON“I wanted to create a space for an 8-year-old girl that she could…

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not boring neutrals

CAMOUFLAGE by Benjamin Moore“A hint of olive lends an earthy element that’s really inviting. I use it when I want a neutral that makes a subtle statement.”—Amy Wax, Your Color Source Studios, Montclair, NJOne of Sherwin-Williams’ top 15 bestsellers.EIDER WHITE by Sherwin-Williams“The gray undertone adds real softness. It’s so appealing, it’s on 90% of the walls in my house!”—Adam Talianchich, Hatch Works, Austin, TXSTONY GROUND by Farrow & Ball“I’ve painted an entire kitchen, cabinets included, this strong beige. I often recommend it in a glossy finish for walls. It reflects light beautifully.”—Andy Beers, OreStudios, Seattle, WACOTTON SHEETS by Behr“Fresh, sophisticated, and almost pink, it pairs nicely with dark woods and bold patterns.”—Hooper Patterson, Hooper Patterson Interior Design, Wilmington, NCSILVER LAKE by Benjamin Moore“It’s a chameleon, looking more gray in dim…

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